"Eighty-nine thousand Poles were in the German armed forces before joining the Polish armed forces in the west".
I knew three such men, who served in Wehrmacht - they were all Kashubuans
("Kaschubenvolk") forcefully drawn into the German army. There were thousands
of Kaschubians, Silesians ("Schlesienvolk"), Mazurs ("Masurenvolk") who were forced
to serve in Wehrmacht and took the first opportunity to desert and join the Polish
armed forces in the west.
If you knew the stories of those men and the way they were treated (even after
joining the Wehrmacht) and how they "served" the Germans, you would stop talking
nonsense about "Poles giving aid to German forces".
So the aid given to the German armed forces by Poles was a thousand times greater than the aid given to the British during the Battle of Britain.
Do you really see no difference between fighting willfully for Britain by Polish pilots
and being forcefully drawn in a humiliating way to Wehrmacht? Because it seems
to me that you put the equation mark between these two situations, calling them
both "giving aid by Poles" to British and German armed forces, which is stupid, even
by your standards, Harry.